Happiness is a state of mind or feeling characterized by contentment, satisfaction, pleasure, or joy. Happiness comes from deep within, and not from people, situations, or circumstances.
According to Researchers from Harvard Medical School and the University of California, San Diego:
“When an individual becomes happy, the network effect can be measured up to three degrees. One person’s happiness triggers a chain reaction that benefits not only his friends, but his friends’ friends, and his friends’ friends’ friends. The effect lasts for up to one year.”
Since whatever we focus on grows, the aim of this group is to help members focus on happiness and to spread it at every opportunity.
If you are a happy person and want to socialize and network with other happy people, this is for you. If your goal is to become a happier person this group is for you. If you want to contaminate others with your happiness, this group is definitely for you. Visit http://iamhappyproject.org for more information; while you are there please follow us on twitter and like us on Facebook.
Spreading happiness one person at a time
Oct 4, 2015 · 8:00 PM
Happy People - Comedy Show :)
Meet comedy lovers at the pre-show cocktail party with free beer and plenty of comedy banter followed by a live, audience-interactive stand up show with performers who... Learn more
Jan 5, 2012 · 4:00 PM
The 2012 Global Happiness Conference Call
Nothing you do this coming year would be more important than your own happiness. You may have decided to manage your budget better, spend some time on the treadmill or... Learn more
Jul 6, 2011 · 7:00 PM
Meet to test the happiness tool and calculate our happiness ratio
Im working on the Ultimate Answer Project, that will help
people create their own formula for happiness, calculate their
happiness ratio and work through obstacles to... Learn more
Jan 23, 2010 · 10:00 AM
I am Happy Project - Los Angeles, CA
At the meeting you will have a better understanding of the "I am happy project" and also listen to our guest speaker, Mr. Edwin Edebiri, the Chief Happiness Officer, who... Learn more